Nonfiction Writing Class for Aspiring Authors In Central Virginia

If writing a nonfiction book is on your list of 2014 goals, consider joining me at the University of Richmond on Sat., Jan. 25, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

I’ll be teaching a day-long version of my Author In You nonfiction course for aspiring authors. As we move from idea stage to finished product, I’ll help you craft a plan for success! Registration details are in the image below. You can also visit spcs.richmond.edu/communications and search for Author In You to register.

AuthorInYou Flyer

About Stacy Hawkins Adams

Thanks for stopping by! I'm a nationally published author who loves chocolate, children (mine and others), funny movies, family and friends, naps, reading, writing and God. I'm also deeply optimistic, and am convinced that as we find the courage to live beyond our fears, our lives will manifest the significance and joy most of us long for. My women's fiction novels feature contemporary characters and highlight themes related to personal growth, women's friendships, self-esteem, forgiveness, unconditional love and encounters with faith - the same issues many of us grapple with in our pursuit of a "Life Untapped." Most of my novels also feature teen characters that engage young adult readers. As I share inspirational quotes, excerpts from my books and other food for thought on this blog, I hope you'll be encouraged to dream again or to dream bigger, stretch further than feels comfortable, and embrace your unique ability to impact the world. Along the way, don't stop smiling, dancing or believing that you're worth the effort, because right where you are, you can make a difference.
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